The Mayo Hotel, the grand dame of Tulsa, is back.!
Every room in this small hotel is a suite, with complete kitchen facilities. 52" flat screen in living room; nice bar with three bar stools, contemporary furnishings. 46" flat screen in bathroom.
The hotel is restored to its full elegance, with terazzo floors & crystal chandeliers. Still could use a little improvement on the penthouse bar/rooftop--could use softer ambience & some rooftop improvements. The Crystal Ballroom on 16 is magnificient. Food is very good in restaurant (Trula's), plus a great coffee shop adjacent to the lobby. Had 2 very minor problems with room, both of which could be easily fixed (insufficient hot water @ 5 pm for shower; HVAC air vent in bedroom blows directly on sleeper's head (louvers could be adjusted)).
Excellent location for BOK Center events, too.
I would have no hesitation recommending this hotel to business travelers, to visitors to the BOK Center, or to couples seeking a romantic getaway.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Built in 1925, The Mayo Hotel was the place to be in Tulsa. Famous or not, our guests receive the superstar treatment they deserve. With 102 hotel rooms, we have more suites than standard rooms - and when we say standard, we mean spectacular. Room sizes from 500 square feet and up, there is plenty of room in this historic building to spread out. Be sure to visit The Mayo Museum and learn about our famous past and our promising future. ... more less
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